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Great deals to Philippines

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Washington DC, DC (WAS) Manila, PH (MNL)
Mon, 3/11 - Tue, 3/19
Multiple Airlines - 4 Stops, Roundtrip, Economy
$654
Washington DC, DC (WAS) Manila, PH (MNL)
Tue, 5/7 - Tue, 5/21
Multiple Airlines - 2 Stops, Roundtrip, Economy
$690
Washington DC, DC (WAS) Manila, PH (MNL)
Sun, 2/17 - Mon, 2/25
Multiple Airlines - 2 Stops, Roundtrip, Economy
$702
Washington DC, DC (WAS) Manila, PH (MNL)
Sat, 2/23 - Sat, 3/9
Multiple Airlines - 2 Stops, Roundtrip, Economy
$738
Washington DC, DC (WAS) Manila, PH (MNL)
Fri, 2/22 - Mon, 3/4
Multiple Airlines - 2 Stops, Roundtrip, Economy
$738
Washington DC, DC (WAS) Manila, PH (MNL)
Sun, 2/24 - Fri, 3/1
Multiple Airlines - 2 Stops, Roundtrip, Economy
$738
Washington DC, DC (WAS) Manila, PH (MNL)
Wed, 2/27 - Wed, 3/13
Multiple Airlines - 2 Stops, Roundtrip, Economy
$738
Washington DC, DC (WAS) Manila, PH (MNL)
Wed, 2/20 - Thu, 3/7
Multiple Airlines - 2 Stops, Roundtrip, Economy
$747
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Arriving in the Philippines

Made up of over 7,000 islands with just 11 of them inhabited, the Philippines is a place of mixed cultures where East meets West. Adventure lovers adore the Philippines for its diverse culture; it is a mixture of native and foreign influences. More than 60 different ethnic groups are scattered throughout the country producing a variety of languages and more than 80 dialects.

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Your flight to the Philippines will probably land in its main airport, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Manila. From here, you can travel via car, boat, or a second Philippines flight to different cities and islands.

Getting Around

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Moving around the country by land is easy because of national highways connecting the major islands. Many tourists take taxis, because the fare is rather affordable. If you want to feel like a local, you can take the public buses. The majority of city buses travel via Epifanio delos Santo Avenue (EDSA), while provincial bus lines have put up various terminals all across the country. One of the most popular transportation methods is a jeepney, which is a converted bus that was left behind from former American military occupation. Jeepneys are exclusive to the Philippines and are part of the local culture. Adorned with colorful designs that distinguish them from one another, most jeepneys have themes ranging from the serious to the outright silly. Riding in a jeepney is a must for anyone visiting the Philippines.

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Main Attractions in the Philippines

The Philippines is a place of natural wonders. Because it's below sea level, the Philippines has some of the world's best diving and snorkeling areas, including wreck diving around Coro, and swimming with the whale sharks off Donsol. The country is renowned for its beautiful islands, golden beaches, astonishing volcanoes, numerous diving spots, and exotic wildlife. Manila, the capital city, is also a unique, bustling place with a mix of modern and old-world culture.

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Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in the Philippines

Now that you've saved money on your cheap flight to the Philippines, you should do some shopping. Most shopping activity in the Philippines is based in Manila and Cebu where visitors can buy beautiful handicrafts, woodcarvings, and jewelry. The Quaipo Bridge in Manila is also a must for anyone looking to find tourist shops and markets. The Philippines has lavish gourmet restaurants as well as affordable restaurants serving up good food with a Chinese and Spanish flair. The Philippines offers nightlife that rivals that of Thailand. There are nightclubs, discos, and many bars for visitors to have a good time.

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Flight stats for Philippines - did you know?

  • There are 74 airports in Philippines and the 5 biggest are
  • Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport (Manila, Philippines)
    • Right now, 52 airlines operate out of Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport.
    • Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 84 cities.
    • Every week, at least 2,015 domestic flights and 1,455 international flights depart from Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport.
  • Mactan Intl Airport (Cebu Island, Philippines)
    • Right now, 32 airlines operate out of Mactan Intl Airport.
    • Mactan Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 45 cities.
    • Every week, at least 886 domestic flights and 328 international flights depart from Mactan Intl Airport.
  • Mati Airport (Davao City, Philippines)
    • Right now, 14 airlines operate out of Mati Airport.
    • Mati Airport offers nonstop flights to 14 cities.
    • Every week, at least 370 domestic flights and 31 international flights depart from Mati Airport.
  • Clark Field (Angeles City, Philippines)
    • Right now, 18 airlines operate out of Clark Field.
    • Clark Field offers nonstop flights to 31 cities.
    • Every week, at least 226 domestic flights and 155 international flights depart from Clark Field.
  • Mandurriao Airport (Iloilo City, Philippines)
    • Right now, 6 airlines operate out of Mandurriao Airport.
    • Mandurriao Airport offers nonstop flights to 9 cities.
    • Every week, at least 235 domestic flights and 6 international flights depart from Mandurriao Airport.
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